Union High School - Union Jack Yearbook (Union, WV)
- Class of 1938
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Editor-In-Chief ------- ----Albert McNeer.
Assistant Editor ------------- -Jimmy Kidd.
Business Managers ----- Helen Bolt, Eva Mae
McNeer, and Mildred Wallace.
Production Managers ---- Anna Shue, Bill
Shirey, Gretis Ratliff, and Jeanette Pence
Sports Editors ---- -Richard Ballard, Bill
Martin, Lewis Ellison, and Bob Shirey.
Social and Literary Editors--Louise Foster,
Louise Peters, Catherine Shires,and
Art Editors ---- -Gretis Ratliff, Russel Roles
Vernon Atkins, and Bill Munsey.
MR. E. V. CORE '
Principal Union High School 1934-1938
We, the class of nineteen and thirty-eight,
On this day WThe Union Jackn do dedicate
To our principal, lr. E. V. Core,
who will not be with us any more.
Since he has for the last four years
Guided us througm our joys and fearsg
lb wish for him continued success,
Long life, good health, a d happiness.
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PRINCIPAL E. V. CORE
M. R. SHIREY
O. R. PARKER
G. O. DRANSFIELD
L. S. SHAFER
COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT GUY H. BIGGS
SECRETARY: ADA SUE YOUNG
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President Junior Miller
Vice-President Richard Ballard
Secretary 1 Eva Mae McNeer
Treasgper Lewis Elligon
GRAY NEEL UNION
Gray Neel who plays in the band,
Can jump around like a Sally Rand.
JUNIOR CROSIER KEENAN CLUB: ATHLETIC,
Junior Crosier is not a big lad,
But at playing baseball he doesn't do bad.
ALBERT MCNEER SALT SULPHUR SPRINGS CLUBS
DRAVAIIC, PRESS, CAMERA. BASEBALL.
Albert NcNeer doesn't need to turn over a
For he is already our editor-in-chief.
JAMES KIDD SINKS GROVE CLUBS: CAMERA,
Because at making pictures he is good,
We'll hear of Jim some day in Hollywood.
RUSSEL ROLES SINKS GROVE CLUBS: CAKEXA,
We have a boy named Russel Roles,
He goes to Wolf Creek and catches colds.
JUNIOR MILLER PICKAWAY CLUB: ATHLETIC.
Junior Miller is our class president,
In the town of Pickaway he is chief resident.
JICHABD BALLARD UNION CLUB: ATHLETIC.
Richard Ballard, Union's pride and joy,
Has now become Hthe most countrified hoyn.
BILL MARTIN SINKS GBOJE CLUB: ATLLETIC.
Lerty Martin is handy with a ball,
Be will be missed from our diamond next fall.
BILL MUNSEY PICKAWAY CLUBS: DRAMATIC, PRESS.
Billy Munsey, a farmer born,
Takes great pride in raising corn.
LHJIS ELLISO? UNION CLUBS. DRAMATIC, ATHLETIC
Lewis Ellison will never be a failure,
Since he'll live to outshine the great Robert
MILDRED TAYLOR KEENAN CLUB: MANNERS .
Mildred Taylor, the
Says few words, but
VIVIAN WEIKLE SALT
Vivian Weikle hails
If she doesn't pass
belle of Keenan,
with lots of meaning.
SULPHUR SPRINGS CLUBS:
from the Salt,
, it'll be George's fault
MILDRED WALLACE PICKAWAY CLUBS: DRAMATIC,
Mildred Wallace is fair of face,
She always walks with dignified grace.
CHARLES TAYLOR KEENAN CLUB: ATHLETIC.
Charles Taylor around
But when he gets out,
VERNON ATKINS KBENAN
Vernon Atkins Will be
school is quiet,
he is a riot.
richer than the dutch,
Because of his farming, fur buying and such.
KYLE SCOTT SINKS GROVE CLUB: ATHLETIC.
A little Scott boy by thc name of Kyle,
Writos his papcrs in a vory good style.
BEN VAN STAVERN SINKS GROVE CLUB: ATHLETIC
Bon Van Stavorn is hard to plcasc,
Bot ho likes girls by tho nsmc of Louise.
MLLCOLM MCDANIEL SINKS GROVE CLUB:
Because hc is always making a jest,
Malcolm McDaniel was elected school post.
BILL SHIBEV UNION CLUBS: DRAMATIC, PRESS.
Bill Shirsy is every ladies man,
But he goos to Hinton whcncvor he can.
BOB SHIBEV-UNION CLUB: ATHLETIC BASKET-
Bob Shirey thinks thcro is none finer,
Than tho girl we know as Mnrgory Einar.
ELIZABETH MOORE PICKAWAY CLUB: MAN
Elizabeth Moore has hair of red,
But she has s good disposition--'tis
Studies to say
WILLOW EEND CLUB: D
from Willow Bend way,
WILLOW BEND CLUB:
is shy and sweet,
She speaks French toute de suite
MMA SHUE UNION CLUB: YTANNERS.
Anna Shue is our school's best poet,
We hope that the world will some day
EVA MAE MCNEER SALT SULPHUR SPRINGS
Eve Mae has eyes of blue,
And to e preacher she is true.
kno w it
GRETIS RATLIFF UNION CLUBS: DRAFTTIC,
Gretis Ratliff is slated for fame,
If she keeps on orating she'll make a great
HELEN BOLT UNION CLUBS: DRAMATIC, PRESS.
Helen Bolt is a good-looking girl,
To give all the boys such a big whirl.
LOUISE FOSTER SINKS GROVE CLUBS: DBAMATIC
Louise Foster is a little blonde,
And of Lewis Ellison she is fond.
CATHERINE SHIRES UNION CLUB: DRAMATIC.
Catherine Shires likes to ride every day,
Especially in a Chevrolet.
LOUISE PETERS UNION CLUBS: DRAMATIC,
Louise Peters, that angel without wings,
Likes a red-headed boy from White Sulphur
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PRESIDENT ANNA MCNEIL
SECRETARY-TREASURER BILL BALLARD
SPONSOR - ll. R. SHIREJY
COLORS OLD ROSE AND GREY
iiiteh your wagon to a star.
Mason Atkins Keenan
Bill Ballard Salt Sulphur Springs
Kathryn Caldwell Keenan
Donald Fisher Salt Sulphur Springs
Russell Hinkle Sinks Grove
Pear-ilee Jarvis Sinks Grove
Virginia Kidd Sinks Grove
Margie Lockhart Sinks Grove
.Albert Lugar Sinks Grove
Mayo Martin Sinks Grove
Anna McNeil Sinks Grove
Jean McNeer Salt Sulphur Springs
Geneva Patton Sinks Grove
Margery Riner Union
A Roy Scott Sinks Grove
Hazel Shrader Pickaway
Sudie Mae Vest Salt Sulphur Springs
Elsie Weikle Sinks Grove
Virgil Wiseman 'Willow Bend
Edwin White Sinks Grove
Hazel Wallace Willow Bend
Beulah Wickline Gap Mills
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ACCOMPLISHMILNTS OF THE IEAR
The Jumo Cla e of 193' was unsuccess
ful in presenting tbevr p ay, "Mail Order
Brides", due to the fact that "Sky High" and
our play were being presented at the same
timer We decided to treat strangers kindly
in order that they might speak kindly of our
The class -raised the money for the an
nual Junior-Senior Banquet by assessing each
X., class member the sum of 31.00. The banquet
XJ! was held May 19 the Presbyterian church
X7 basement. The menu included:
Q4 - 1 FIRST COURSE
X' Cocktail Salad
X .SECOND COURSE
Q4 Creamed Potatoes Chiclfen
Green Beans . Pick es
X7 Olives 'Bifrkcld ' Apples
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Q4 l THIRD counsaz
Ice Cream Cake
PRESIDENT LOUISE WETZEL
VICE-PRESIDENT CORA POMPHREY
SECRETARY-TREASURER MINNIE LINTON
SPONSOR MISS TURBEVILLE
COLORS BLUE AND GOLD
We plan our work,
we work our plan.
Eloise Allen Pickaway
James Baker Union
Bernard Bailey Sinks Grove
Mildred Bailey Sinks Grove
Edith Ballard Salt Sulphur Springs
Charles Beckner Union
Hypes Boggs Second Creek
Jody Boyd Union
Wilbur Carter Union
Violet Compton Union
Irene Foster Sinks Grove
Marguerite Hicks Sinks Grove
Goldie Holland Salt Sulphur Springs
Helen Knight Union
Jean Klepfer Sinks Grove
Bill Leach Gates B
Helen Lemons M Sinks Grove'
Adelle Lewis Union
Mary Lewis Union
Minnie Linton Union
Frances Martin Sinks Grove
Izetta McNeil Sinks Grove
Audrey McPeak Union
Frances atton Sinks Grove
Janie Patton Sinks Grove
Hazel Pence Willow Bend
Charles Peteli- Is' Union
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Cora Pomphrey Pickaway
B111 Shirey Union
Roy Tomlinson Union
Conley Wallace Pickaway
Louise Wetzel y Union
The Sophomore Class has presented two
assembly programs this year.
As a usual custom of the school, the
sophomores gave a party to honor the Fresh-
men of Union High. The party was a great
A great ma of our prominent Sophomores
are in the schogl clubs, band, and orchestra.
Most of our fine ball teams come from
the athletic boys of the Sophomore Class.
One of the leading interpreters of poet-
ry in the Monroe County Literary work of
1937 was Irene Foster of this Sophomore
Those who took part in literary work in
Mary Lewis, James Baker, Goldie Holland,
Conley Wallace, Eloise Allen, Frances Patton,
Helen Lemons Irene Foster, Helen Knight,
Frances Martin, Audrey McPeak, Minnie Linton,
Adelle Lewis, Violet Compton, Cora Pomphrey,
Billy Leach, Marguerite Hicks Hazel Pence.
Those who took part in Field Day were
A Mary Lewis, Eloise Allen, Violet Comps.
Those who are in the band and orchestra
Conley Wallace, Eloise Allen, and Irene
PRESIDENT JUANITA CROSIER
WICW PRSSIDBNT MADRLINE TOM INSON
SLCRETARY AND REASURE RUTH RINER
STUDHNT COUNCIL VIRGIL GIJENS
REPORTER MARY VAN STAVERN
SPONSOR MR. PARKER
COLORS BLACK AND GOLD
MOTTO: A good beginning is half the battle
Paul Allen Pickaway
Fannie Bare Salt Sulphur
. Lewis Brown Union
p 'Edwin Carter
X Raymond Collins
V Juanita Crosier
A Betsy Dickson
D Eugene Foster
Lester Helm '
Dane Martin illow Bend
Agnes Hiller Iillow Bend
Louise Mohler Salt Sulphur
Josephine Neel Union
Ruth Riner Union
Madeline Tomlinson Union
Mary Van Stavern Sinks Grover
Hazel Vase Sinks Grove
Martha Vasa Sinks Grove
Vera Walker Union
?anda'WEIIace Willow Bend
Edgar We ikle Sinks Grove
The Freslunan class has presented
two assembly programs during this year and
helped with the assembly proggzm at
The Freshnuux class organized a Civics
Club which meets on every Friday at Civics
period. Very enjoyable programs are
Everyone in the Freshman class tried
out for the Literary contest.. Five were
chosen to go to waiteville.
Those who took part were: Martha Vasa,
Virgil Givens, Vera walker, Juanita Crosier,
and Charles Kidd.
The five students from the Freshman
class who are in the band or orchestra are:
Eugene Foster, Buell Irons, Lewis
Brown, Charles Kidd, Vera Walker and Jose-
phine Neel . """"" "l' """f"
PRESIDENT PAUL MCCLARY
SECRETARY-TREASURER SYLVESTER ALGER
QSPONSOR' MR. DRANSFTELD
COLORS GREEN AND WHITE
Don't stare up the stepsg
Step up the stairs.
Sylvester Alger Union
Lucille Carter- Union
Samuel Clark Union
Arnold Copeland Union
Beecher Crim Union
Calvin Crim Union
Roscoe Ferguson Willow Bond
Mildred Fisher Union
Margerite Fisher Union
Mary Katherine King Union -
Irene Lewis Union
Irene llcCarthy Union
Paul Mcfllary Union
James Mitchell Union
Ralph Patton Sinks Grove
llary Catherine Pyles Union
- Helen Ryan Union
Jinnny Roles Union
Anna Shires Union
Jimnielveikle Salt Sulphur Springs
PRESIDENI' JUNIW HAWKS
VICE-PRESIDENT CLAYTON COMPTON
SIEXIRETARY JUNIOR VANDYKE
SPCNSOR MR. R. H. LINGER
COLORS BLUE AND WHITE
Life is a picture, so paint it well
Richard Bare Salt Sulphur Springs
Josephine Brown Salt Sulphur Springs
Clayton Compton Union
Junior Compton Union
S Bernette Fullen Union
Thomas Fullen Union
Milton Humphreis Union
Orville McNeer Sa t Sulphur Springs
Elwood McPeak Union
Fred. Moran Keenan
Oswald Peters Union
Carl Shires Union
Junior Vandyke Union
SEVENTH GRA E
The Seventh Grade of Union High,
we think it is a dandy,
For manners, looks, and brilliancies,
We'l1 surely take the candy.
Here we meet Fred Moran,
Who says WHsy! You Teacher,W
And also Josephine Brown,
A quiet little creature.
Carl Shires an English Shark,
Likes to be a-talking,
Oswald Peters and Bernette Fullen,
Is also fond of squscking.
Milton Humphries seems very quiet,
Because his grades are low,
Junior Cbm ton and Wickline too,
In English are very slow.
McNeer getsxhis lessons well,
Hawks lags ndtibehind
Thomas Fullen s not loud,e
Clayton Compton tries to mind.
Elwood McPeak is slow too,
And never has his lessons up.
Junior Vsnnyke looks good in blue,
Richard is a Bear, not a pup.
Don't critize this seventh grade,
And at us please don't rage,
But think for once how you obeyed,
when you were at our age.
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o. rn. PARIGSR
The Monroe County basketball season
opened September 7. On this date the four
teams in the county league started training for
the several games ahead.
In the first game the Red Devils defeated
Greenville by the narrow margin of one point.
Tomlinson led the scoring pace for the win-
ners with a total of twelve points. The game
was a hard-fought battle throughout the 32
minutes, and the score was deadlocked many
On September 26 Union journeyed to
Peterstown where they were defeated 26 to 20
in a fast and exciting game. Hambrick was the
bright and shining star for Peterstown.
In one of the upsets of the season the
Red Devils annihilated the Gap Mills boys by
piling up 48 tallies to l8 for the losers.
The following Friday the great Scarlet and
White of Union repeated their act by again
drubbing the Gap Vills cagers. A .
This string of victories was broken by the
hard-fighting Greenville basketeers on their
court, after most of Union's regulars were sent
out on fouls. Our subs fought gallantly until
the final whistle blew, which found Greenville
leading 18 to 14. Cn the next Friday the team
from Peterstown came to our court, which was
very slippery, and in some parts covered with
watery nevertheless, the game was played to a
hard-fought finish, which found our puddle ,pf
jumpers leading by a lopsided score of 45 to
18. Thus closed the county league, leaving the
championship balanced between Union and Green-
ville, who had won four games each. The play-
off was set for November.3, at the Alderson Gym
the floor on which both coaches agre d to olev
Long before starting time the stands were
packed by enthusiastic Vonroe County fans, who
were there to support their home team.
The rest period found the Red Devils with
a slight advantage of four points, but in the
second half the strong Greenville outfit tied
the score several times. Only a whirlwind
finish, which was received with great en-
thusiasm from the Union stands, saved Union
from defeat. The 5un sounded after the present
open court champions had piled up a six point
. SUMMERS-FONROE TOURNAMENT
The Summers-Vonroe County Tournament was
held at Talcott on March ll-12. The six
teams included in this year's tourney were:
Hinton, Sandstone, Talcott, Union, Greenville,
and Forest Hill.
The games got under way at 2:00 ?. M.
Friday afternoon with Forest Hill meeting the
Hinton Bobcats. The Bobcats held the boys in
yellow and blue scoreless in the first half,
while they were piling up 54 points, however,
the lads from Forest Hill camo out in the . 2
second period to score 15 points, while Hinton
was making a total score of 71.
The second game of the afternoon was
between Talcott and our Netate open-court
championsn CUnionD. This was, beyond doubt,
the most closely contested game of the tournf
ament. At the rest period the Pirates were
leading the Red Devils 9 to 16, a small lead
that meant very little with a half to go.
The second half still found Union unable to
turn the tide of battle, and the final gun
sounded with Talcott loading Union 37 to 22.
, In the third and final game of the after-
noon Sandstone outclassed the little Greene
ville aggregation by sailing to victory to
the tune of 61 to 22. In the first game of
the evening session the Hinton Bobcats defeated
Talcott by the lopsided score of 40 to 15.
Later the strong Sandstone quintette
downed the Forest Hill open courters 61-13.
In the final and sectional cham ionship
game Sandstone met smashing defeat at the
hands of the ever-powerful Hinton Bobcats.
V The an ual field day contest was held at
Union on May 6. The five High Schools of the
county were represented by participants in the
many athletic events. Blue, red, and yellow
ribbons were presented to the winners at the
end of this great day for Monroe County.
Basketball was soon forgotten at Union
High when the athletes of this institution
saw baseballs whizzing through the air to be
caught by some up and coming Babe Ruth.
Soon the locker room was packed with baseball
shoes, gloves, and uniforms, the baseball
season was in full sway. Practice in the first
week was prevented by bad weather, but in the
second week of the season old man baseball was
treated very roughly by our squad, who hoped
to win diamond honors this year. Some of the
boys who were seen in practice were: Bailey,
Martin, Miller, McNeer, Beckner, Scott, and
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CLUBS AND SPONSORS
camerauclub' M. R. Shirey
nramat.-icf'-club A Elizubeth Johnston
Glee Club Alma Fullen
Junior Dramatic Club Elizabeth Johnston
Manners Club Hazel Turbeville
Nature Club G. O. Dransfield
Press Club M. R. Shirey
PRESIDENT GRBTIS RA1lIFF
VICE-PRESIDENT MALCOLM MCDANIEL
SECRETARY TREASURER MARGERY RINER
n Margery Gray
el Eva Mae MoNeer
' Catherine Shires
Sudie Mae Vest
PRESIDENT THELMA JOHNSON
VICEQPRESID NT MARY VAN STAVERN
SECRETARY-TREASURER RUSSELL GIVENS
Mary Van Stavern
PRESIDENT ANNA SHUE
VICE-PRESIDENT ELOISE ALLEN
SECRETHRY LOUISE WETZEL
Mary C. Pyles
PRESIDENT HAZEL HINES
VICE-PRESIDENT LOUISE FOSTER
SECRETARY ELOISL ALLEN
' BLUE ROLL
PRESIDENT JIM KIDD
VICE-PRESIDENT EDWIN WHITE
Mason Atkins Vernon Atkins
J. T. McNeil
Jim Kidd '
GRETIS RATLIFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
BILLY MUNSEY ASSISTANT EDITOR
BILLY SHIREY ADVERTISING MANAGER
HELEN BOLT CIRCULATION MANAGER
ALBERT MCNEER BUSINESS MANAGER
MARGERY GRAY ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER
JIMMY KIDD ASSISTANT EDITOR
JEAN KLEPFER REPORTER
JIM KIDD SPORTS EDITOR
PRESIDENT D. C. MARTIN
VICE-PRESIDENT MARY C. PYLES
SECRETARY HELEN RYAN A
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BAND AND ORCHESTRA
'Love Pirates of Hawaiin
'Bee Yourself in the Mov s
B ND AND ORCHESTRA
The Band, Orchestra, and Glee Club
gave a recital under the direction of Mr.
Robert R. Linger and Miss Alma Fullen at
the Alpine Theatre on March 15, 1938. It
was a success both financially and artistic-
Members of the Band taking part were:
Junior Hawks, Charles Peters, Euell Irons,
Eugene Foster, Josephine Neel, Kathleen
Fullen, Bill Shirey, Bob Shirey, Billy Shirey,
Sylvester Alger, Harold Hinkle, Junior Cror
sier, diehard dallard, and Lewis Brown.
, Members of the Orchestra were:
dussel Kittle, Kathleen Fullen, Alma Fullen,
Lva Hogsett, Margery Gray, Elizabeth John-
ston, Harold Hinkle, Lewis Brown, Eugene Fos-
ter, Irene Foster, Eloise Allen, Helen Ryan,
Mrs. Linger, Sylvester Alger, Junior Crosier,
Billy Shirey, Bob Shirey, diehard Ballard,
Charles Kidd, Junior Hawks, and Bill Shirey
'Love Pirates of Hawaiin
The play took place in a girl's seminary
in Hawaii. Kathleen Fullen, the heroine, and
Billy Shirey, the hero, had many troubles in
meeting under the stern eye of Hazel Hines,
Miss Primmer, whose heart was softened by
her love for the Pirate Chief, Lewis Brown.
The Senior Class of 1938 presented 'Ohl
Professor' a comedy in three acts, as part
of their commencement activities.
The setting was in a young ladies' school
during the summer term. The main characters
were: Doctor Aristotle, the Dean, Miss Fred-
rica, his assistant, Michael Pemberton, a hand-
some young adventurer just back from Parisg
Percival Courtwrightg and Jake, the school
janitor. The complications which arose after
Michael Pemberton and Professor Courtwright
exchanged identities make it a riotous comedy.
'See Yourself In The Moviesn
Miss Bronika Tymcio directed NSee Your-
self in the Movies', which was presented at
the Union High School Auditorium in December.
This movie showed pictures of the people and
surroundings of Union.
'Sky Highu, a musical comedy-drama in
three acts was given in December under the
direction of Miss Wedding from Augusta, Kansas.
The plot centered around an air meet which
proved to be a place of romance for the lead-
The county Literary meet was held at
Union High School, March ll, 1938. The first
place in oration was won by Gretis Ratliff,
second place in extemporaneous speaking by
Geneva Patton, third place in debate was won
by Pearilee Jarvis, and fourth place in poetry
was won by Louise Foster.
PRESIDENT Bob Shirey
SECRETARY Gretis Ratliff
Senior Class Junior Miller
. Gratis R tliff
Junior Class ,nhl McHeil
T, Jlsi- Ieikle
Sophomore Class Louise Wetzel
Freshman Class Jaunita Crosier
8th Grade Paul McC1ary
7th Grade Junior Hawks
The purpose of the Student Government
Organization at Union High School is to pro-
mote self-reliance and self-confidence on the
part of the students.
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